The 28-year-old James, who averaged 26.8 points, 8.0 rebounds and 7.3 assists over 76 contests, is the youngest player in the annals of the association to win the award on four occasions.
Far removed from a tumultuous debut in South Beach, the 6-foot-8, 250 pound James is destined to bring the Heat consecutive crowns this June.
Primarily considered a villain since abandoning Cleveland, the 2012 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year is rapidly regaining popularity and making a case for being the greatest performer ever on the hardwood.
With only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (six), Bill Russell (five) and Michael Jordan (five) having earned more MVPs, James will compete for roughly another decade and surpass these three icons in personal achievements.
More important than collecting individual accolades, LeBron James will help the Miami Heat capture multiple Larry O’Brien Trophies in the coming seasons.by